Water Tank System

It doesn’t matter what kind of water tank system you’re creating, Flowtite water storage tanks are the ideal solution. They are made of non-corrosive fiberglass, one of the greenest materials around according to the EPA, and suitable for nearly any situation. They can be used to help meet several LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) categories and can contribute multiple credits to the LEED green building rating system credits.

Flowtite water storage tanks are made of non-corrosive fiberglass.

Flowtite water storage tanks are made of non-corrosive fiberglass.

Flowtite tanks can be used in water storage systems to store potable drinking water, waste water, gray water, rain water and storm runoff water. There are components available to filter out contaminates like oil so the collected water can be used as part of a system for landscaping and other applications.

Because fiberglass won’t rust, corrode or degrade, our tanks are the preferred choice for underground installations. Ideal for rainwater harvesting, a properly engineered water tank system can be designed to collect up to 100 percent of surface area rainwater.

They work equally as well above ground. For example, our vertical water tanks are made to national standards as well as to our customer’s specifications. We can build tanks with capacities ranging from 1,250 – 20,000 gallons.

At Containment Solutions, Inc. (CSI) we manufacture water tanks, Water Geek™, for residential rainwater harvesting. These tanks are 6 feet high and range in capacity from 300 – 1,050 gallons.

As storm water collectors, our tanks can be used to collect the excess water so municipalities can control how much water is released and when.

Whether you need a water tank system for rain water harvesting, providing water for fire protection, in a commercial use or in a residential setting, our water storage tanks will fit your needs.

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